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Dating to 1899, Bath House is a striking Grade II Listed Victorian conversion, undoubtedly one of the finest in Bethnal Green, which created 51 homes set within a secure gated community. This apartment forms part of a more modern block within the development, tucked away from the main access road at the rear of the development fronting Ramsey Street. Whilst more modern in construction, it is London brick built, with timber framed sash windows and doors, ensuring it is sympathetic to the overall aesthetic.

This 2 bedroom home offers an elegant aesthetic with a triple east to west aspect, double glazed timber casement windows, as well as a picturesque communal courtyard, a demised parking space and a share of the freehold. Entered on the first floor, the apartment comprises a dual aspect living room witrh set-back fully integrated kitchen. The living room benefits from a Julieet balcony with a south facing aspect. There is a hallway storage cupboard, and two double bedrooms, both featuring built in wardrobes, and the main bedrooms boasts another Juliet balcony with west facing views. The clean and contemporary bathroom is framed by a large sash window, and has ample fitted storage, as well as a utlity cupboard housing the washing machine.

Situated on Dunbridge Street and Ramsey Street, the apartment is well located on the Bethnal Green/Shoreditch borders. The surrounding area is brimming with independent coffee shops, acclaimed restaurants, quirky bars and exclusive retailers, notably on Columbia Road, Hackney Road, Brick Lane, Redchurch Street and Spitalfields. Some of the immediate hotspots include: Breid Bakery – just across the road, serving up incredible cakes, sourdough and coffee. The Kings Arms – a cool and understated Victorian pub with a great selection of beers and a handful of coveted sun-drenched seats lining the pavement outside. Issho-Ni – delicious Japanese sharing plates and cocktails on Bethnal Green Road. The green open space of Weavers Field is just two streets away, with the wider sports and leisure amenities of Victoria Park and the Regent’s Canal path within easy walking distance. The property is well located for easy access to the City, Canary Wharf, Stratford and the West End with Bethnal Green Overground Station 0.3 miles, Whitechapel underground station 0.5 miles away (H&C, District Lines and Elizabeth Line) and Bethnal Green (Central Line) underground station 0.6 miles. Several well-connected bus routes run from both Vallance Road and Bethnal Green Road. There are also a number of Santander docking stations conveniently located nearby.
Details: Tenure: Share of Freehold with a 998 year leasehold Service charges: Approx. £2,824.28 pa plus a reserve fund contribution of £363.08 pa Council tax: Tower Hamlets, Band E EPC: rating D Parking: Access to designated parking space Major Works: Improvement works being planned for external redecorations to each of the blocks, with the focus on the roofs (in the early stages, directors of the freehold are co-ordinating with the managing agents).

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